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The second number of the Commoner, Mr.
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The dead nineteenth century has been a marvelous one, so far as inventions are concerned, and, what is more remarkable still, the United States, the youngest of nations, heads the list both as to number of inventions and their scope and ingenuity.
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The Lectures

The lecture on "Christian Science, the Panacea for the World's Unrest," given at Association Hall last evening.
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The writer requested a hearing before the Ministers' Alliance to save them from the humiliation of publishing statements in regard to Christian Science that were both untrue and unjust.
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The following are a few points given to show that Christian Science follows in the footsteps of Jesus Christ:
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Christian Science states that there is no sin in reality—not that it does not exist to our human sense.
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The brother states that the premise, "'God is all,' is plausible, but false.
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To the Editor of the Leader.
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The Perfect Peace

Peace that floweth as a river,Calm, and deep, and wide, forever;Peace that comes of selfless Love,Peace all other peace above.
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Remittances should be made by post-office money order, express money order, or exchange on Boston or New York.
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The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
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A Meeting In Memoriam

At a special meeting of the Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
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A union service of the churches in Concord, N.
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It has been said that no person ever sinks beneath the burden of to-day; it is only when tomorrow's burden is added to that of to-day that it becomes heavier than one can bear.
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We herewith republish the list of members of the Board of Lectureship as it now exists.
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Among the Churches

The opening services of First Church of Christ, Scientist, in their new quarters, the old Second Presbyterian Church, corner of West Eighth and Chestnut Streets, yesterday morning.
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The Song of the Century

Lift up your hearts, ye sons of men,And catch a sweet refrain—The low farewell of a centuryBreathing a low sweet lullabyA surcease from all pain.
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Rest for the Weary

At first glance, Jesus' invitation would not seem to extend to all people; but only to a few unfortunate ones, who, in some unaccountable way, are victims of labor and burden-bearing.
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Too much cannot be said by way of appreciation of our current literature—the Christian Science Journal and the Christian Science Sentinel.
Testimony of Healing
For some two years before I knew anything about Christian Science except hearsay, I fought it bitterly, as it was then making inroads in my family.
Testimony of Healing
I was brought up in the Methodist Church.
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A Severe Burn Healed

Having had a recent manifestation of the power of Mind over matter, I gladly send this experience, that the testimony may be helpful to others, and that I may in a way express my gratitude for the Truth given us in making plain the Holy Scriptures through the text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
Testimony of Healing
I was a sufferer of years' standing, not confined to bed but enough out of harmony in many respects to make life not worth the living.
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Astigmatism Healed

The healing of my eyes of astigmatism was the means of interesting our entire family in the blessed Truth which surely makes humanity free.
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Give us, O give us, the man who sings at his work! Be his occupation what it may, he is equal to any of those who follow the same pursuit in silent sullenness.
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The editorial columns of a recent number of the.
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